Player Profile

Abraham Hausman-Weiss

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Hometown :Houston, TX
Year In School :Sophomore
Major :Astrophysics
  • 2Years On Team
  • Started Playing Adapted Athletics
  • BIO
  • Accomplishment in sport and/or school include:

    • Helped 2017-18 men’s team to national championship held in Marshall, Minn.
    • Averaged 3.2 points and 0.7 rebounds per game in 2017-18.
    • Received the Ryan Hynes Iron Man Award at the post-season team banquet for his work ethic in practice, in the weight room and in the classroom.
    • Named to 2018 NWBA Academic All-American Team.
    • Was named KHOU11 Athlete of the Week in June 2016.
    • Was invited to play wheelchair basketball in Israel.
    • Played for the defending national champion TIRR Memorial Hermann Junior Hotwheels in Houston.
    • During the 2015 high school national tournament, he shot 67 percent from the field.
    • Was a team captain and two-time All-American with the Hotwheels.
    • At the 2015 Varsity Regional Tournament in Tulsa, he was Conference MVP, MVP of the championship game, won the Academic All-Conference award and the Commissioners Award for the student with the highest GPA, while leading the Hotwheels to their sixth consecutive Southwest Conference championship.
    • Posted 31 points in the conference championship game over the Dallas Junior Mavs.
    • Lived in Birmingham for several years as a young child and participated in sports at a very early age at the Lakeshore Foundation.
    • Has played basketball for 13 years, and also has competed in swimming and track and field.

    Fun Facts:

    • Enjoys playing the guitar and singing.
    • Grew up playing on a team with Alabama teammate Rashad Bennett at the Lakeshore Foundation.
    • Enjoys swimming laps for cross-training.
    • Claims to be a “huge math nerd.”

Accomplishment in sport and/or school include:

  • Helped 2017-18 men’s team to national championship held in Marshall, Minn.
  • Averaged 3.2 points and 0.7 rebounds per game in 2017-18.
  • Received the Ryan Hynes Iron Man Award at the post-season team banquet for his work ethic in practice, in the weight room and in the classroom.
  • Named to 2018 NWBA Academic All-American Team.
  • Was named KHOU11 Athlete of the Week in June 2016.
  • Was invited to play wheelchair basketball in Israel.
  • Played for the defending national champion TIRR Memorial Hermann Junior Hotwheels in Houston.
  • During the 2015 high school national tournament, he shot 67 percent from the field.
  • Was a team captain and two-time All-American with the Hotwheels.
  • At the 2015 Varsity Regional Tournament in Tulsa, he was Conference MVP, MVP of the championship game, won the Academic All-Conference award and the Commissioners Award for the student with the highest GPA, while leading the Hotwheels to their sixth consecutive Southwest Conference championship.
  • Posted 31 points in the conference championship game over the Dallas Junior Mavs.
  • Lived in Birmingham for several years as a young child and participated in sports at a very early age at the Lakeshore Foundation.
  • Has played basketball for 13 years, and also has competed in swimming and track and field.

Fun Facts:

  • Enjoys playing the guitar and singing.
  • Grew up playing on a team with Alabama teammate Rashad Bennett at the Lakeshore Foundation.
  • Enjoys swimming laps for cross-training.
  • Claims to be a “huge math nerd.”